Do you want to be more effective in your job? Develop leadership skills, raise your profile or get promoted?

People have personal trainers, financial advisors, and motivated and ambitious people choose Denise as their executive career coach.

As an executive career coach, I can be your confidante and personal sounding board. I know that as a senior manager it can be hard to admit you need help and to know who you can open up to. Often you don’t want to burden your family and it’s hard to be honest about concerns with colleagues and bosses. That’s where an executive career coach will help.

What makes Denise an effective executive career coach?

From helping you prepare for a new role, to support and challenge all aspects of your business I have the credibility to help.

With a counselling background and adherence to the British Psychological Society Code of Ethics I appreciate the need for business sensitivity. As your executive career coach, with no investment with your organisation, we can  address challenging and sensitive issues in a constructive and supportive manner.


Denise has real business experience with senior roles for Royal Mail alongside psychological and career coaching expertise, and an MBA.

“Your professional experience and qualifications made a big difference in my search for an executive career coach, but from the sessions I was pleased to learn that you had made a major career change and had real experience of the challenges faced in doing so – I felt that I was working with someone who had not simply changed career to become an “instant” coach, as was the case for many coaches that I researched.” Alan, London

How can you work with an executive career coach?

You may need help in identifying a new challenge, to exceed expectations in a new role. You may be facing challenges and need a fresh perspective. We can use assessments and coaching to understand your strengths, deal with blind spots and ensure you have an effective strategy for your goals.

What we do will depend on your needs, an executive career coaching programme will be carefully developed to meet your goals.

Take some time out start with a 2-hour session to work with an executive career coach to objectively review what is going well, discuss your challenges, focus on your goals, create some new ones and celebrate your successes. Denise can then continue to work with you as your executive career coach

Executive Career Coach Client Examples

  • Fliss had taken over as sales director for the Midlands region and whilst successful to date, wanted to make sure that she would make an immediate impact in this new role. Talking with Denise on a fortnightly basis gave her an external perspective, to keep her focussed on business and personal goals.
  • Barry was noted as a success, but his macho style wasn’t getting the results in his new role. He chose to work with Denise for some honest feedback on how others see him, to develop effective team working, and to ensure that the strategy was accepted by all so the staff worked with him rather than against him.

The Process